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Archive for September 24th, 2018

Dashcam Viewer – By Earthshine Software

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/24

Cool piece of software that allows you to view front and rear cameras in one view: [WayBack] Dashcam Viewer – By Earthshine Software:

Picture-in-picture front and rear camera displays for 2-channel dashcams
Swappable front and rear camera views for 2-channel dashcams

The free version is limited to play 5 files in succession (which is about 15 minutes).

–jeroen

 

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Fritz!Box – capture network packets in Wireshark (tshark/tcpdump) format or ISDN in dtrace format

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/24

You can capture network packets on a Fritz!Box for any interface by:

  1. appending `/html/capture.html` to the IP address of your Fritz!Box
  2. providing your credentials
  3. for ISDN traces optionally entering any dtrace parameters in the edit box
  4. pressing the Start button for the port you want to capture
  5. pressing the Stop button when you are finished capturing

Example URL: 192.168.178.1/html/capture.html

Note it’s ISDN [WayBackDtrace – Fritz!Box, not nx kernel [WayBackDTrace – Wikipedia

I’ve seen this on these devices:

  • Fritz!Box 7360 running FRITZ!OS 06.30
  • Fritz!Box 7490 running FRITZ!OS: 06.83

Note there are tons of tools allowing to capture from various scripting languages:

–jeroen

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For Love of Software: Nano Server on AWS: Step by Step

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/24

Source: [WayBackFor Love of Software: Nano Server on AWS: Step by Step

Via: [WayBackAnn Lynnworth – Google+

–jeroen

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